Democratic Media

Information Clearing House
www.informationcelaringhouse.info
Tom Feeley
PO Box 365
Imperial Beach, CA 91933
619-407-7045
Independent media source grown out of frustration at the failure of traditional commercial media to infom the American public, especially as it relates to US foreign policy.

Mike Gray Inc.
www.Mike-Gray.org
8301 Marmont Lane
Los Angeles, CA 90069
323-650-7212
323-650-713 fax
Support for a film “The Organizer” about Houston community activist and YES board member Bob Lee.

Southwest Alternate Media Project (SWAMP)
for “Rainbow Coalition”
www.swamp.org; www.unitedstatesartists.org
Mary M. Lampe, Executive Director
1519 W. Main Street
Houston, TX 77006-4709
Ray Santisteban
1410 S. Presa
San Antonio, TX 78210
Nantes67@aol.com
210-262-8916
To help underwrite a documentary film about the Black Panther Party & the Young Lords Party in the Chicago of the late 60's.

Common Cause
www.commoncause.org
Bob Edgar, President & CEO
1133 19th St., 9th Floor
Washington, DC 20036
202-659-3716
Common Cause is dedicated to restoring the core values of American democracy, reinventing an open, honest and accountable government that serves the public interest, and empowering ordinary people to make their voices heard in the political process.

National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC)
www.ncac.org
Joan E. Bertin, Executive Director
275 Seventh Ave., Ste. 1504
New York, NY 10001
212-807-6222; 212-807-6245 fax
ncac@ncac.org
Dedicated to protecting rights & principles guaranteed by the First Amendment.

Texas Democracy Foundation
www.TexasObserver.org
Susan Longley, President
307 W. 7th St.
Austin, TX 78701
800-939-6620
512-477-0746
observer@texasobserver.com
Publishes The Texas Observer, thorn in the side of the rich & corrupt, voice of the underdog.

Texas Center for Documentary Photography
www.documentaryphotographs.com
Alan Pogue
2104 E. Martin Luther King Blvd
Austin, Texas 78702
512-478-8387 phone & fax
alanpogue@mac.com
Texas’ premier photo documentarian preserves the people’s history.

Freedom Archives
www.FreedomArchives.org
Claude Marks, Director
522 Valencia St.
San Francisco. CA 94110
415-863-9977
info@freedomarchives.org
Preserving & making available the sounds & sights of past people's movements for today's activists.

Texas Freedom Network Education Fund
http://www.tfn.org
Kathy MIller, President/Executive Director
PO Box 1624
Austin, TX 78767
512-322-0545
512-322-0550
tfn@tfn.org
Protecting Texans against the distortions of religious
extremists.

New Journalism Project/The Rag Blog
http://TheRagBlog.blogspot.com
Alice Embree, Treasurer
PO Box 14672
Austin, TX 78761-4672
tdreyer@austin.rr.com
Progressive activists & journalists revive Austin's legendary underground newspaper, The Rag, online, a tool for
communication, analysis, & organization.

Kent State Truth Tribunal
www.truthtribunal.org
Laurel Krause, Co Founder
P. O. Box 191
Mendocino, CA 95460
The Kent State Truth Tribunal helps to heal those involved in the Kent State murders on May 4, 1970, establish cause and effect, and shed light on who was responsible.

Texas Archive of Moving Image (TAMI)
www.texasarchive.org
Susan Durks
501 N. IH-35 Suite 204
Austin, TX 78702
512-485-3073
info@texasarchive.org
TAMI's mission is to discover, preserve, make accessible,
and serve the community interest in Texas' moving image
heritage.

Artist For Media Diversity
www.a4md.org
Barbra Kay
411 W. Monroe Street
Austin, TX 78704
bk@a4md.org
Artists for Media Diversity is organized to foster awareness of the need for independent media voices in America, to provide assistance to emerging community-based or public media outlets and to promote musical and cultural diversity.